Ove Sundmoen Aas

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Runes and the English letter values assigned to them by Tolkien, used in several of his original illustrations and designs for The Hobbit. << My friend taught me this alphabet a bit. I was fun to write to each other!

Asatru

Accept that your time will one day come, and embrace it with open arms and a smile, everyone you have ever lost you will meet again.

The Garden of Idun by Erulian. In Norse mythology, Idun "She who Renews"(also Iduna, Idunn, Ithun, or Idunnor) was the goddess of youth and fertility. She was the custodian of golden apples which allowed the Aesir gods to maintain their youthfulness, and was the only god allowed to gather them. Iduna was the wife of Bragi, god of poetry, and originally a member of the Vanir. She departed the fields and forests of Vanaheim to live with him in Asgard, where she had her western garden.

The Garden of Idun by Erulian. In Norse mythology, Idun "She who Renews"(also Iduna, Idunn, Ithun, or Idunnor) was the goddess of youth and fertility.